Q: Does the capital letter D have parallel lines?

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Take your choice from: H, Z. N and M which all have parallel lines.

In 2D geometry, that is the definition of parallel lines. Two non-intersecting lines are indeed parallel.

parallel :D

No but it does have an horizontal line of symmetry

In 2-dimensional space they must be parallel. In 3-d space they be parallel or skew lines I believe.

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It is the capital letter N that has vertical parallel lines.

Take your choice from: H, Z. N and M which all have parallel lines.

In 2D geometry, that is the definition of parallel lines. Two non-intersecting lines are indeed parallel.

parallel :D

No but it does have an horizontal line of symmetry

Non-intersecting lines in 3-D space may be parallel but need not be.

Perpendicular lines intersect at a 90 degree angle. Parallel lines do not intersect, nor would they ever intersect if continued infinitely.

In 2-dimensional space they must be parallel. In 3-d space they be parallel or skew lines I believe.

No: lines can be parallel and two (or more) rectangles in 3-d space can be parallel but a rectangle, by itself, cannot be parallel.

It depends on the font used, but 8 letters of the Latin alphabet have parallel lines:B D E F H M N ZWith some fonts, you can add R and I

A b c d g j k l o p q r s t u v w x y.

Skew lines can simply be described as two lines that are not coplanar (they are not in the same plane). This means that they do not intersect and are not parallel.